1. Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin Country, California
There are plenty of trails to go hiking, and plenty of beach areas for lounging and eating by the sea.
2. Keokea Beach Park, Kapaau, Hawaii
The rugged landscape makes this beach a pretty sight while having an afternoon picnic.
3. Walden Pond, Concord, Massachusetts
Henry David Thoreau enjoyed spending his time at Walden Pond because it was so peaceful and tranquil. If a quiet and relaxing picnic is what you want, Walden Pond is for you.
4. Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, New York
There are many parks to choose from in New York City, but the view of lower Manhattan from Brooklyn Bridge Park is something really special. Try and have an evening picnic so you can see the sun set.
5. Clackamas River, Oregon
For some wilderness around Portand, visit the Clackamas River. There are five parks around the river, so you have ample choices of where to stop and eat.
6. Snoqualmie Falls, Snoqualmie, Washington
The Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington’s most popular scenic attractions. While munching on sandwiches, you can reflect on the beautiful scenery around you.
7. Tidal Basin, Washington, D.C.
600 cherry blossom trees line the Tidal Basin in D.C. It’s a serene place where you can have a peaceful picnic in the city.
8. Eno River State Park, North Carolina
After your yummy picnic food settles in your stomach, venture on the trails and by the water for some summer fun.
9. The Savannah Sqaures, Savannah, Georgia
The Savannah Squares are integral part of Savannah’s history. The 22 public spaces are an oasis of beauty in the city and are wonderful places to stop and have a picnic.